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ENGLISH LANGUAGE

FORM 1
SCHEME OF WORK

WEEK CHAPTER/ THEME LEVEL


3-4

5-6

Chapter 1:
Our Friends
Theme:
People

Chapter 2:
Forever Friends
Theme:
People

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

Introducing oneself
Talking about interests
and hobbies
Asking questions politely
and responding
Talking about friends and
family

Listening note important


details
Reading Scan for details,
use the dictionary to find
meaning; identify supporting
details

POEM: THE RIVER


Reciting a poem with
feeling and expression
and with correct
pronunciation,
intonation, stress and
rhythm

Talking about feelings


and experience

Listening find more details


Reading find more details

Finding out the meaning


of unfamiliar words by
using contextual clues
and / or the dictionary

Reading e-mail discuss


points of interest and give
opinions

Process writing write a


paragraph about a friend

Retelling the poem in


ones own words

Inviting and welcoming


friends
Accepting and declining
invitations
Talking about friends and
family
Expressing thanks and
responding appropriately;
apologising

Listening note important


details
Reading scan for details

POEM: THE RIVER


Synopsis
Recognizing elements
in a poem
Finding rhyming words
Understanding figurative
language

Writing short messages to


friends

Listening find more details


Reading identify main
ideas, supporting details; use
contextual clues and identify
words that associate with
other words

Reading discus points


of interest and give
opinions

Reading give reasons, draw


conclusions
Process writing write
messages

GRAMMAR

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASES

Using question
words: who, what,
which, when, why
Why questions
Simple sentences
Verbs- Tenses
Simple present
tense for
- describing
feelings
- senses
Simple past tense

Thinking Skills
ICT Skills
Values
- faithfulness
- loyalty
- friendship

Simple present
tense
Personal and
possessive
pronouns
Possessive
adjectives
Figurative language
proverbs

Thinking Skills
Multiple
Intelligences
Preparation for
the Real World

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WEEK CHAPTER/ THEME LEVEL


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Chapter 3:
Be Healthy and
Strong
Theme:
Health Balanced
Diet

Chapter 4:
Home Sweet
Home
Theme:
Social Issues
Duties at Home

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

Talking about interest


Talking about health

Listening note important


details
Reading tell what the text is
about; scan for details; use
the dictionary to find
meaning; group words
according to categories

SHORT STORIES:
Flipping Fantastic
About short stories
Introducing elements of
a short story
Predicting outcome of a
story

Writing a paragraph on
preferences students
favourite food

Listening find more details


Reading identify main ideas
and supporting details

Introducing plot structure


Sequencing of events in
short story

Reading an article
discuss points of interest
and give opinions

Process writing skills write


a paragraph on food

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LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE

Chinese New Year


Holidays break

(19/2-20/2/2015)

Talking about everyday


activities
Talking about what one
shouldnt or mustnt do
Giving instructions in a
poster

Listening note details;


follow sequence of ideas
Reading scan for details;
use the dictionary to find the
meaning
Writing simple instructions

SHORT STORIES:
Flipping Fantastic
Introducing characters
in short story

Discussing plans and


rules

Listening find more details


Reading identify main
ideas; use contextual clues
(pronouns)

Talking about values


Giving ones opinion

Reading a Web page


discuss points of interest

Process writing write


instructions

Week 12- First Semester


break (14/3-22/3/2015)

Talking about the theme


and writing a simple
paragraph about the
theme in the story

GRAMMAR

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASES

Simple present
tense for
- habitual actions
- instructions and
directions
Simple sentence
Positive statements
Negative
statements
Punctuation:
capital letters,
comma,
exclamation mark,
full stop and
question mark
Figurative language
similes

Thinking Skills
Knowledge
Acquisition
Preparation for
the Real World

Simple present
tense
- for habitual
actions
- for instructions
Concord (subjectverb agreement)
Verbs contracted
forms
Special finites or
modals

Thinking Skills
ICT Skills
Values
- gratitude
- filial piety
Multiple
Intelligences
Preparation for
the Real World

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WEEK CHAPTER/ THEME LEVEL


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Chapter 5:
Technology
around Us
Theme:
Technology

Chapter 6:
Our Beautiful
Environment
Theme:
Environment

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE

Talking about things


Writing shopping lists

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL USE

Listening note details


Reading scan for details

NOVEL: Journey To The


Centre Of The Earth
Part 1: Chapter 1 - 3

Reading identify main ideas


and important details, use
contextual clues, identify
base words

Making simple
predictions
Describe the setting

Reading an
advertisement discuss
points of interest and give
opinions

Process writing describe a


product

Talking about plants and


flowers
Talking about what we
should and should not do
in parks, and writing
simple instructions
Talking about activities

Listening note important


details
Reading use the dictionary
to find meaning; group words
according to categories; build
new words from a given word

NOVEL: The Journey To


The Center Of The Earth
Part 1: Chapter 1 - 3
Giving the sequence of
events
Describe and write
about characters

GRAMMAR

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASES

Singular and plural


nouns
Spelling rules for
regular and
irregular plurals
Articles with
singular and plural
nouns a, an, the
Figurative language
proverbs

Thinking skills
Preparation for
the Real World

Conjunction and to
link two ideas
Special finites or
modals should
and should not
Present continuous
tense am / is / are
verb + ing

Thinking Skills
ICT Skills
Multiple
Intelligences

Reading identify main ideas


and supporting details

2
3

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

Writing short e-mail


messages
Reading discuss points
of interest and give
opinions

Reading give reasons


Process writing write
descriptions of trees

Talking about the theme


and writing a simple
paragraph about the
theme in the story

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WEEK CHAPTER/ THEME LEVEL


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Chapter 7:
Happy at School
Theme:
Social Issues
Discipline in
School

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE

Describing a friends
qualities
Asking Yes No
questions and responding
to such questions

1920

Chapter 8:
Right on Track
Theme:
Social Issues
Road Safety

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

Listening note details


Reading scan for details;
understand word formation;
use a dictionary to find
meaning

POEM: MR NOBODY
Reciting a poem
Retelling the poem in
ones own words
Using a dictionary to find
the meaning of words

Listening find more details;


identify main ideas
Reading identify main ideas
and supporting details

Talking about values


found in the text

Reading a quiz discuss


points of interest and give
opinions
Reading a letter
Writing recounts of
activities

Reading give reasons


Process writing write a
paragraph on past activities

Saying what one thinks


of the poem
Changing the poem to a
drawing

Giving and following


directions
Adding more details to
show locations
Giving advice and
instructions
Writing simple
instructions

Listening draw a route on a


map
Drawing directions and
explaining them
Reading group words
according to categories

POEM: MR NOBODY
Introducing message
and theme in poem

Identifying message /
theme in a poem

GRAMMAR

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASES

Adjectives for
describing
character and
appearance
Prefixes un, in,
im and dis to
show not
Adverbs of manner
Yes No questions

Thinking Skills
Multiple
Intelligences
Preparation for
the Real World

Simple present
tense for
instructions and
directions
Prepositions of
place and direction

Thinking Skills
Multiple
Intelligences
Knowledge
Acquisition
Preparation for
the Real World

Reading to identify main


ideas and supporting details
Changing the text to
another form

Reading and discussing


road signs
Reading a set of
instruction and discussing
safety tips

Reading give reasons


Process writing draw a
pictorial map and write
directions

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Week 21 & 22 MID YEAR EXAMINATION


Week 23 & 24 MID YEAR BREAK (30/5-14/6/2015)

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WEEK CHAPTER/ THEME LEVEL


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Chapter 9:
Spending Time
with My Family
Theme:
People

LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE

Talking about holidays


Talking about past
activities
Asking questions to get
information, and
responding

2
3

Writing simple letters


Writing recounts of
experiences

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Chapter 10:
Get Fit Go For It
Theme:
Exercise

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

Listening note important


details; follow sequence of
ideas
Reading scan for details

Novel : Journey To The


Centre Of The Earth
Part 2: Chapter 4 - 6
Retelling the story in a
correct sequence

Reading identify main ideas


and supporting details

Making simple
predictions

Reading identify cause and


effect; give reasons

Giving instructions
Making choices
Talking about exercise
and games

Listening note important


details; follow sequence
Reading scan for details
Writing plans

Novel: Journey To The


Centre Of The Earth
Part 2: Chapter 4 6

Writing short messages to


friends

Listening find more details


Reading understand nonlinear texts; understand
meaning of words by the use
of the suffix ing
Writing announcements

Dramatize a section of a
text and role-play
characters

Writing simple letters to


family members
Reading notes on
exercises discuss
points of interest and give
opinions

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASES

Simple past tense


words that signal
past time
Regular and
irregular verbs
Time expressions
Place expressions
Prepositions of
place, time and
direction

Thinking Skills
Learning How to
Learn Skills
Multiple
Intelligences

Simple present
tense for
instructions
Sequence
connectors

Thinking Skills
Multiple
Intelligences
Preparation for
the Real World

Process writing write


recounts of experiences

GRAMMAR

Describe a character
and write a paragraph or
two about this person

Reading draw conclusions


Process writing write plans,
and announcements

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LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL USE

Asking questions politely


and responding
appropriately

Listening note details to


support main ideas
Reading scan for details
Group words according to
categories

Novel: Journey To The


Centre Of the Earth
Part 2: Chapter 4 6

Asking questions to clarify


and responding
appropriately
Giving details to support
main ideas
Making comparisions

Listening find more details


Reading identify base
words, identify supporting
details

Compose a simple
dialogue

Reading a dialogue and


writing short notes
Reading a dialogue,
discuss points of interest
and give opinions

Reading make simple


predictions; give reasons
Process writing gathering
information to write an article

Retell the story in ones


own words

Talking about plans


Requesting and offering
help
Making telephone calls to
get information

Listening note important


details
Reading scan for details;
follow sequence of ideas

Novel: Journey To The


Centre Of the Earth
Part 2: Chapter 4 6

Discuss plans with others


to go somewhere and to
do something

Listening identify main


ideas and details
Reading identify main ideas
and supporting details; use
contextual clues for meaning,
identify words that associate
with other words

Talking about values


Telling how events,
characters and values
are similar to ones life
Giving ones opinions

Writing simple letters to


friends
Writing out plans for
others to follow

Reading make simple


predictions of outcomes; give
reasons
Process writing write plans
for a trip

Talking about the


message

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Chapter 11:
Putting
Technology to
Work
Theme:
Technology

Chapter 12:
Planning a Trip
Theme:
People

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASES

Why questions
Adjectives
comparison
adjectives

Thinking Skills
Learning How to
Learn Skills
Multiple
Intelligences
Knowledge
Acquisition
Preparation for
the Real World

Future tense
Using will
- to affirm
- to request

Thinking Skills
Learning How to
Learn Skills
ICT Skills
Values
- respect for
customs
Preparation for
the Real World

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LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL USE

Asking for the price of


goods, stating whether
the price is agreeable or
too high

Listening note important


details
Reading scan for details;
follow sequence of ideas

Discussing plans for a


party
Making enquiries to get
information and
responding appropriately
Making enquiries about a
product
Placing orders

Listening find more details


Reading identify main ideas
and supporting details;
identify words that associate
with other words

Completing an order form

Reading draw obvious


conclusions in simple texts

WEEK CHAPTER/ THEME LEVEL


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Chapter 13:
Caring and
Sharing
Theme:
Compassion and
Mental
Cleanliness

Writing a magazine article

Process writing write


recounts
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Chapter 14:
Success through
Team Effort
Theme:
Technology

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

Novel: Journey To The


Centre Of the Earth
Part 2: Chapter 4 6

GRAMMAR

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASES

Countable and
uncountable nouns
Regular plurals
Phrasal Quantifiers
Each as an
adjective

Thinking Skills
Values and
Citizenship
Multiple
Intelligences
Preparation for
the Real World

Simple present
tense for
instructions
Sequence markers
(review)
Some to express
infinitive quality,
number
Article the
- for unique nouns
- with same as

Thinking Skills
Knowledge
Acquisition
ICT Skills
Values

Retell the story in ones


own words

Discuss the themes of


the novel

Giving and following


instructions for
procedures

Listening note important


details; follow sequence of
ideas
Reading scan for details;
follow sequence of ideas; use
the dictionary to find meaning

Novel: Journey To The


Centre Of The Earth
Chapter 4 - 6

Talking about plans for a


project

Listening find more details


Reading understand nonlinear texts; identify base
words

Narrate the sequence of


events

Writing out plans for


others to follow

Reading make predictions;


identify cause and effect;
draw conclusions

Talking about messages

Process writing write plans


for a project

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LANGUAGE FOR
INTERPERSONAL USE

LANGUAGE FOR
INFORMATIONAL USE

Responding appropriately
to questions

Listening note important


details
Reading scan for details;
understand word formation
Writing and presenting plans

Novel: Journey To The


Centre Of the Earth
Part 2: Chapter 4 6

Talking about future plans


to solve problems

Listening find more details


Reading identify main ideas
and supporting details by the
use of suffix -ment or -ion;
identify base words; use
contextual clues

Talking about values


found in the text

Reading a notice and


discussing points of
interest

Reading give reasons

Talking about the


message the writer is
putting across

WEEK CHAPTER/ THEME LEVEL


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Chapter 15:
Take Part Take
Charge
Social Issues:
Personal
Discipline in
School

Process writing write plans


for a calendar

LANGUAGE FOR
AESTHETIC USE

GRAMMAR

EDUCATIONAL
EMPHASES

The define article


the
Phrasal verbs
Conditional clauses
if clauses
Future tense Wh
questions and will

Thinking Skills
ICT Skills
Values
- being thankful
- being
hardworking
Multiple
Intelligences

Adjectives
comparatives and
superlatives
Collective Nouns
Gender

Thinking Skills
ICT Skills
Values and
Citizenship
Education
Knowledge
Acquisition

Composing simple
stories
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Chapter 16:
Happy to Be
Malaysians
Values:
Patriotism

Asking simple questions


politely to get information
and responding
appropriately
Talking about festivals

Listening note important


details
Reading scan for details

Novel: Journey To The


Centre Of the Earth
Part 2: Chapter 4 6

Writing short Web


messages

Listening find more details


Reading find meaning using
contextual clues

Discuss the themes of


the novel

Reading a dialogue
discuss points of interest
and give opinions

Reading give reasons; draw


conclusions
Process writing design a
Web page and write
messages

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